Following that election, all I can say, is: I wasn’t expecting that. When I left work at 5 o’ clock on Thursday evening, I was expecting a hung Parliament, but had no clue who the perceived ‘winner’ would be. The… Continue reading
If you’re in to politics, have a listen to this documentary produced for Corinium Radio. Cirencester College students meet with Cotswolds MP Geoffrey Clifton-Brown to discuss the ‘Open Up’ report in to Digital Democracy.
Scotland has spoken. No is their answer. I didn’t really go to bed on Thursday night: On TV, I had BBC 1 on mute, while I listened to LBC’s coverage on the radio.
I’ve spent most of the afternoon watching the repeat of the European election results show on BBC Parliament. I was left a bit disappointed by the result for this region. The Conservatives lost 1 of their seats; Gains for Labour… Continue reading
It was election day in the UK yesterday. I am not someone who likes arguments a lot, I try to avoid them when possible. However, I love political debate. In my exam yesterday, and at the university radio awards tonight,… Continue reading
In 11 days, voters in Britain choose who they want to represent them in the European Parliament for the next 5 years. The question is: What does the EU do for us in Gloucestershire, and would Britain be better off… Continue reading
It’s much harder to come up with challenging questions for politicians whose views you agree with. But that’s what I did this week.
I became a political interviewer for a few minutes this week – I enjoyed it! Continue reading
I am no fan of the National Union of Students – and I am even less of a fan now that they have taken the absurd decision to “openly oppose” UKIP.
Those who know me well know that I am a keen follower of politics – something I became interested in during my time at Cirencester College, when shortly after the 2010 election, my journalism lecturer spent quite a bit of… Continue reading